Town of Sunderland, MA
Franklin County
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The following is derived from a deed dated 2-2-1925.
I, Chester Warner of Sunderland, County of Franklin, State of Massachusetts, do hereby give and convey unto the Town of Sunderland a certain parcel of land situate in said Sunderland to be used as a town park and to be known as the "Sunderland Town Park."
Situate near the Toby Range and bounded north and west by a highway known as the North Mountain Road also north by land formerly of Mrs. Fannie A. Fairchild; east by the top of the ledge; south by land of Stephen Petrovich; containing twelve (12) acres, more or less, being also known as the "Fish Sugar Lot."
The above-mentioned park shall be under the control of three (3) trustees, two (2) of which, one (1) shall be a member of the School Committee of the Town of Sunderland, shall be elected annually at the Annual Town Meeting, and the third trustee shall be the acting Principal of the highest grade school.
After the first year, the town may vote to elect the trustees for a longer term than one (1) year, if it considers such action desirable.